Contradiction in statements of Rabbi Avigdor Miller
Rabbi Miller contradicted himself very badly. In one of his talks he says about Nixon, "And the ads that you see in the newspapers blaming Nixon for his appointment of conservative judges - it's just the opposite. The judges that he's appointing are good judges - they're the good ones. All the judges that Nixon appointed to the Supreme Court are the ones we want." Rabbi Miller later completely contradicts himself in a Q and A years later, from tape 750 @ 1:24:00. He says, "all the Reshaim are trampling on the flag, and they’re trying to desecrate America. You know why? Not because they’re good goyim, because they are Reshaim Gemurim; the liberals are trying to ruin everything. And when that wicked Supreme Court permitted burning an American flag, and saying you cannot make a law against it, it was a desecration of America." Therein lies the stira. Rabbi Miller says that the Supreme Court was wicked for the law they made permitting the burning of the flag, but one of the Supreme Court Justices who made that ruling was Harry Blackmun, who was appointed by Nixon, the man who Rabbi Miller said would appoint good judges. How is this contradiction to be explained?